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by Anne Black
(Gulf Shores, AL)

At age 82, I still have the paper doll clothes that I drew in the 1940s. (Paper was scarce then and my sister drew my one paper doll on the back of a church bulletin.) I drew the clothes for my doll on everything from lined notebook paper to tinfoil chewing gum wrappers to paper from wallpaper sample books that you could order "free" from Sears-Roebuck. I drew these at our kitchen table by coal oil lamp. What do I do with these paper dolls now?

I can't do uploads/downloads on my computer but I can send copies done on a printer if you'd like.

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